I created over 12 outfit combinations with only 6 pieces!
I have always wanted a versatile me-made capsule wardrobe, and I decided to document the whole process in my sewing bullet journal.
I used my MyBodyModel custom croquis to come up with loads of outfit combinations. Even though I only documented 12 in my sewing journal, I managed to come up with way more outfit combinations with just a little bit of out-of-the-box thinking.
I wrote two posts for the MyBodyModel blog where you can read about my entire process creating my me-made capsule wardrobe.
In the first blog post, I plan and create my sewing journal spreads, and I play with my MyBodyModel paper doll to come up with outfit combinations. In the second blog post, I showcase and model the final outfit combinations.
Do check these blog posts out if you want some inspiration or if are keen to make yourself a capsule wardrobe with your very own custom MyBodyModel croquis. You can even try your own body model preview for free! If you want even more inspiration, I did a #sketchandtell live interview on Instagram with Erica of MyBodyModel, so do give that a watch if you are keen to hear all about my sewing journal, some organization tips, the supplies I use when I’m journaling, and to see my hair grow bigger as the video goes on because I was sweating so much, haha!
Less is more! When you have less options in front of you, you spend less time deciding what to wear each day, which means you have more time to focus on the things that truly matter in life.
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